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    2015 Willys Wheeler JKU Build

    Hi Everyone,

    New member from Plum here. I've been emptying every pocket into my JK since last October.

    Ill post up some pics and the build specs as soon as I figure how to post pics here.

    I look forward to meeting some local off-roaders and seeing what's trails are around here.

    Drew

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    Ok, since it's halftime, I'll throw out the build specs and work on pics later.

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    Nice. Would like to see pictures
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wrecker View Post
    Nice. Would like to see pictures

    Yeah, I'm just not figuring out the pic posting process at this point. Can't find anything to modify in General Setting so I'm wondering if there is a post count rule or something before you can add pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wrecker View Post
    Nice. Would like to see pictures

    Yeah, I'm just not figuring out the pic posting process at this point. Can't find anything to modify in General Setting so I'm wondering if there is a post count rule or something before you can add pics.

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    Use photobucket. Upload image then use the 4th link provided.
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    Nice looking JK, looks like a nice build.

    Also good to see another local guy on here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XJchris98 View Post
    Nice looking JK, looks like a nice build.

    Also good to see another local guy on here.
    Thanks XJ Chris. It's been almost a year since I picked it up (10/25/14)

    Here it was at the dealership that day.

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    Here was my 93 YJ right after I parked it upside down on 119 in c'ville

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    EVO Rockstar Skids installed this weekend. Took a few cutoff wheels on the angle grinder but not a bad install


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    Looks great! Functional and tasteful mods all while being murdered out!

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    Put in a little work this weekend. Swapped in smaller front bumpstops and shock extensions.


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    Put in a little work this weekend. Swapped in smaller front bumpstops and shock extensions.

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    Less bump stop and same shock travel? Did you check that? Sounds like you'll be using your shocks as bump stops.

    Looks like fun times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackb1 View Post
    Less bump stop and same shock travel? Did you check that? Sounds like you'll be using your shocks as bump stops.

    Looks like fun times.
    Yes, I checked the clearances prior making the purchase/installation.

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    Got my back bumper on yesterday after chopping it. I initially wanted to chop it simply for aesthetics after the fender flare chop but it turned out the tire rubbed it anyway when stuffed.

    Before


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    I wonder why it was built so far forward like that? Looks way better after chopped.
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    Quote Originally Posted by muddeprived View Post
    I wonder why it was built so far forward like that? Looks way better after chopped.
    It was always like that. I trimmed the flares. The bumper lined up with the flare in the stock configuration.

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    I finally got around to installing this relay panel I built 8 months ago.


    It has 5 relays. 4 of which are controlled by these switches.


    The 5th relay is tripped by the factory fog light power source which turns on aftermarket fogs. My CB also runs off one of the fused power outputs.

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    Nice looking ride you have there, Willy. have you finished the build?

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    That's one awesome ride you have there!

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